Strengthening the care economy: Benefits for developing countries
A robust care economy is crucial for developing nations as it promotes gender equality and drives inclusive economic growth. Through an increased number of women in the workforce and improved training, wages, and working conditions in the care industry, governments and the private sector can create a stronger care economy. MSC has worked with a range of stakeholders, simplified childcare models, and provided recommendations to accelerate the development of a vibrant care economy.
The Smallholder Farmers’ Climate-Resilience Index represents MSC’s quantitative methodology to gauge Bihar’s smallholders’ resilience against the impacts of climate hazards. The study seeks to inform the strategies of development agencies dedicated to enhancing smallholder farmers’ resilience.
Self-help groups: How to empower rural women and make financial services accessible to them
Empowering rural women in Mali through savings groups. We are excited to share a compelling case study that sheds light on the transformative effects of savings groups on rural women in Mali. Their resilience and determination inspire us! Discover the impact on economic empowerment. Learn how these groups drive financial inclusion. Explore the data and success stories in this case study.